Robin Leach, the longtime host of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” passed away on Friday at the age of 76.
Throughout his career, he interviewed several millionaires and billionaires — including the man who would go on to become America’s 45th president, Donald Trump.
During one interview in 1994, Leach asked Trump to discuss his daughter Tiffany Trump, who at the time was a newborn baby. In particular, Leach asked Trump to describe the ways in which she resembled him and the ways in which she resembled her mother, Trump’s second wife Marla Maples.
“Well, I think that she’s got a lot of Marla,” Trump said. “She’s a really beautiful baby. She got, uh, Marla’s legs.”
The future president then took his hands and cupped them around the area of his breasts and said, “I don’t know whether she’s got this part yet, but time will tell.”
Maples responded by laughing uncomfortably.
Watch the video below.
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